In 2006, Israeli-based Plasan purchased the assets of Vermont Composites Industries' Automotive Division, forming Plasan USA, Inc. After winning carbon fiber body parts contracts for the 2009 Corvette ZR1, Viper ACS and Ford Shelby GT500KR, the company changed its name to Plasan Carbon Composites in order to emphasize its focus on the automotive industry. Today, Plasan is "an engineering-driven Tier 1 supplier of cost-competitive, carbon fiber parts designed for mass reduction in low and mid-volume platforms."
Plasan Carbon Composites has two facilities in Michigan. There is a customer development center in Wixom and a larger manufacturing facility in Walker with 197,000 square feet of space. The Walker facility has a 30,000 - 50,000 vehicle production capacity. This high capacity means that the loading area sees a lot of traffic and the changes of slips and falls in are high. For this reason, Plasan sought out a non slip flooring option for the area.